Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by John Clark (Monday), Kate Flora (Tuesday), Maureen Milliken (Wednesday), Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson (Thursday) and Brenda Buchanan (Friday).
In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog regularly at Maine Crime Writers:
From Kaitlyn Dunnett: The paperback of Ho-Ho-Homicide is now in stores. The paperback reprint of the previous year’s title is always a sure sign the next book is coming soon in hardcover. In this case, it’s The Scottie Barked at Midnight, publication date October 27. Look for giveaways in my Thursday post. There’s also a blog about the Scotties at Hobby Reads
Meanwhile, the ebook edition of my Halloween book, Vampires, Bones and Treacle Scones, is on sale for $1.99 until November 4. Here are the links you can use:
Google play: http://bit.ly/1O2PMbt
Vampires, Bones, and Treacle Scones is number seven in the Liss MacCrimmon series, Ho-Ho-Homicide is number eight, and The Scottie Barked at Midnight is number nine. The tenth book, to be published in 2016, is titled Kilt at the Highland Games.
And Kathy’s husband, Sandy Emerson, was featured in an article this week, announcing that he, too, has joined the crime writing community. You can read it here:
Friday, October 2, I’ll be spending the morning with 5th and 6th graders at the Pemetic School in Southwest Harbor, Maine, and the afternoon at the Tremont Consolidated School, just down the road. Saturday, October 3, I’ll be one of the many authors and illustrators of books for young people at the http://www.barharborbookfestival.com, which includes talks, readings, workshops, signings … .and, best of all, is open to the public. (Need to do some Christmas shopping for the under-15 set on your list?)
I’m happy to report that I sold my short story Lady Be Good to the online magazine Mystery Weekly http://MysteryWeekly.com
An invitation to readers of this blog: Do you have news relating to Maine, Crime, or Writing? We’d love to hear from you. Just comment below to share.
And a reminder: If your library, school, or organization is looking for a speaker, we are often available to talk about the writing process, research, where we get our ideas, and other mysteries of the business. Contact Kate Flora: mailto: email@example.com
Congratulations to Kathy, Sandy and John! Lea
Thanks, Lea. I sometimes wonder, though, how John manages to write “short” stories.
Sandy, it’s easy. I have the seven drunken dwarves egging me on from a curio shelf above the middle window
“Seven drunken dwarfs on a curio shelf.” An image that sounds like something my bachelor (actually he’s a widower) detective would have in his living room/workshop/mancave on the side of Saddleback Mountain. May I steal it?
It’s all yours with my blessing